Gimball, the flying robots useful for rescue missions

Gimball, the flying robots useful for rescue missions

Collapsed building research, forest control during an arson, recon on a gas leak. Now firefighters and rescuer can face it with a new kind of drone, called “Gimball”. It’s a spherical flying robot created by two young Swiss-based researchers. Gimball can withstand multiple collisions and continue to transmit live mideo footage in hard-to-reach environments. Gimball doesn’t require unwieldy sensor, and its inventor belive it could be used to help with search and rescue mission. Gimball can withstand multiple collision and rought terrain. The shield is a shock-absorbing frame, with a twin propellers system and a HD camera, that could be equipped with more sensors.


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Emergency Live is the only multilingual magazine dedicated to people involved in rescue and emergency. As such, it is the ideal medium in terms of speed and cost for trading companies to reach large numbers of target users; for example, all companies involved in some way in the equipping of specialised means of transport. From vehicle manufacturers to companies involved in equipping those vehicles, to any supplier of life- saving and rescue equipment and aids.

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